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Three new directors are named [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Three new directors are named New directors for the School of Home Economics and the Conference Bureau were appointed recently. Dr. Karen G. Arms, assistant dean of the College of Fine and Professional Arts, has been named acting director of the School of Home Economics. Arms will be acting director until a permanent director is appointed. The Conference Bureau in the Division of Continuing Education has appointed Jan Peach to the position of direc tor. Peach, the former assistant director, replaces Charles Stephens. Dr. John Snyder, history professor, has also had a position change. Snyder was recently appointed acting dean of the Honors College. The search for a permanent dean for the college will resume in September.
Editorial Ethics Committee is a good idea [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Editorial Ethics Committee is a good idea Though they have just completed the first draft of regulations, the Faculty Senate’s new Ethics Committee sounds like a good idea. Who would be better qualified to be the watchdog of the faculty than faculty members themselves. They, more so than outside observers, know the professional standards that should be upheld by each faculty member. They also have the advantage of watching fellow faculty members at work day after day, therefore their observations would not be limited to the isolated incidents that a watchdog from outside would have to work with. Furthermore, the three steps required to file a complaint before it comes before the Committee would ensure that the complaints and the problems are well-founded and need further investigation. As long as the process doesn’t become mired in petty complaints and personality clashes, the Senates’ Ethics Committee is the best means agreed upon yet to handle complaints concerning the faculty.
Political Olympics: forget the games [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
Political Olympics: forget the games The Moscow Summer Olympics opened Saturday with all the fanfare the Soviets could muster, but the overall atmosphere is filled with political symbolism. Not only were 36 nations, led by the United States, absent, but 16 nations which were present marched behind the Olympic flag, not their national flags, during the opening ceremonies. As they have with the boycott, the Soviets chose to focus their media coverage only on the fact that these nations were in Moscow and never once mentioned that the flag incident was another protest against their invasion of Afghanistan last December. In fact, the Soviets have never referred to the Afghanistan incident as an invasion, instead the official word from the Kremlin is that they are there by invitation. To further support their story, the Soviets say the US and company are not in Moscow because President Carter ordered a boycott for his “own political reasons.” Because the Soviet population has no way of r...
BUGS have it all planned Beetles to descend on Kent [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
BUGS have it all planned Beetles to descend on Kent By DAVE SOBINOVSKY Stater Columnist I’m not a pessimist and I’m not • paranoid, but I know they’re out there. They’re lurking in the shadows just waiting to attack. Some of us will be prepared, and some, who will fail to heed warnings of others, will be caught off guard. There’s really nothing you can do to prevent them from coming. They came last year and they’ll come again next year. Our weapons are nearly useless against them. There’s just SOBINOVSKY nothing you can do to save yourself from the KILLER BEETLES. SOON ENOUGH, the beetles will be, here in full force. Millions of these green and orange-backed insects will descend on the peaceful city of Kent. They will torment the city’s people with their most annoying bug tactics. They will invade our city, our trees, and even our homes. Will we be prepared? Only time will tell. We should know their strategy by now. They’ve used it since the beginning of time. It starts with the BUG...
'Doshikan' instructor explains the art Karatedo training 'has a spiritual meaning' [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
'Doshikan' instructor explains the art Karatedo training 'has a spiritual meaning' By NOLAN WEIDNER Karatedo instructor Don Shaw, a 2nd degree black belt who teaches two classes here, says there is much more to the ancient art of self-defense than the “macho” image it has gained with many Americans. “You have gained the awesome knowledge that you could kill a person with one blow. But the further you progress in the training, you also develop an increased awareness of the meaning of human life,” he said. “It’s a great responsibility.” Shaw, 33, is a doctoral student in physiology of exercise here, and teaches one of the six different forms of karate offered by the department of intramurals. Shaw also teaches a regular physical education class. SHAW SAID he is both adviser and instructor to the Karatedo Doshinkan Club, which trains in an Okinawan style of karatedo. He explained the difference between karate and karatedo. “Do, a Japanese word, means ‘way,’ or ‘a path toward,’ and thos...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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The Big Bad Browns Summer training camp at Dix Stadium [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
The Big Bad Browns Summer training camp at Dix Stadium Story and photos by John Neitzel If you take a trip out to Dix Stadium this summer between 8 and 10:15 a.m. or 3 to 5 p.m., you will be able to get a preview of who to place your bets on this fall. The Cleveland Browns are having their summer training camp here and they are practicing being mean. Brian Sipe, left photo, displays his style as he throws a pass to one of the rookies. Lyle Alzado and Robert L. Jackson, upper right photo, take time out to shoot the bull. Charles R. White, the Browns’ first round draft choice from Southern California, does wind sprints at last Monday’s practice. The Browns will hold training camp at Dix Stadium until Aug. 22, and by that time, 50 players will have been cut. With 49 players returning from last year including the free agents, and 41 rookies trying out for the team, the coaches have plenty to choose from. However, you’ll have to get out to Dix Stadium and see for yourself, so you can cho...
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
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A GRRREAAT' big deal Kid's advertising—a continuing controversy [Newspaper Article] — The Summer Kent Stater — 24 July 1980
A GRRREAAT' big deal Kid's advertising—a continuing controversy By DEBI M. TRARES Feature Editor A big animated tiger appears on the TV screen. He is laughing and cavorting around with a smaller tiger, then they both sit down to breakfast and the big tiger roars, “frosted flakes are GRRREAAT!” Well, maybe they are and maybe they aren’t, but if you’re four years old and Tony the Tiger says they’re great, how can you disagree? Something many adults feel isn’t great is the way commercials appeal to these tiny pseudo-con-sumers. THE CHILDREN’S advertis ing controversy, which has been brewing for more than a decade, surfaced in the spring of 1978 when the Federal Trade Commission was hit with two petitions against children’s advertising. Action for Children’s Television, a Boston-based consumer interest group, filed a petition calling for a ban of candy advertising on children’s programs. The other petition filed by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a Washington-based corpor...